Another weekend has come and gone, and we've looked back at Matchday 31 to produce the latest EFL Team of the Week. Here it is...
Goalkeeper: Luke McGee - Milton Keynes Dons 1-2 Portsmouth
McGee returned to the line-up and proved a point to his boss, producing a string of fine saves to keep MK's goal tally down to one, laying the foundations for Pompey's stunning late comeback.
Defender: Charlie Clough - Barnet 1-0 Notts County
Clough was a rock at the back, strong in the tackle and putting his body on the line to deny Notts County in a much-needed home success.
Defender: Michael Hector - Nottingham Forest 0-2 Hull City
Hector and Hull produced a defensive masterclass, and the central defender showed he can play too, beginning the move which set up the second goal of the afternoon.
Defender: Matt Preston - Swindon Town 1-0 Mansfield Town
Preston starred at the heart of the defence in the absence of captain Olly Lancashire, helping to keep the Stags at bay as they suffered a first League Two defeat since 9th December.
Midfielder: Adama Traore - Middlesbrough 2-1 Reading
Traore terrorised the Reading defence throughout Boro's victory, grabbing a deserved brace at the Riverside.
Midfielder: Jack Grealish - Aston Villa 2-0 Birmingham City
Grealish ran the show in the Second City derby win, claiming the Man of the Match award as the Villans racked up a seventh straight Championship victory and moved up to second.
Midfielder: John-Joe O'Toole - AFC Wimbledon 1-3 Northampton Town
January's Player of the Month kept up his good form with a trio of assists, winning an early penalty before laying on the two second-half strikes to seal maximum points.
Midfielder: Jordan Clark - Coventry City 0-2 Accrington Stanley
Clark was at the double as Accrington continued their promotion push, scoring a goal in each half to quieten a bumper crowd at the Ricoh Arena.
Forward: Mohamed Eisa - Cheltenham Town 5-1 Port Vale
A first EFL hat-trick for the Robins striker, who demonstrated his finishing prowess in an emphatic Whaddon Road win.
Forward: Billy Sharp - Sheffield United 2-1 Leeds United
Sharp reached EFL goal number 200 with a stunning volley, before scoring the decisive goal from the penalty spot.
Forward: Simon Cox - Southend United 3-1 Wigan Athletic
It's rare we'll include a striker without a goal in our selection, but Cox is the second man in the XI to provide three assists, helping the Shrimpers to a third straight win under Chris Powell.
Manager: Derek Adams - Shrewsbury Town 1-2 Plymouth Argyle
Plymouth's fine run of form continued with a come-from-behind success at promotion-chasing Shrewsbury Town. Adams' game plan worked to perfection as the Pilgrims notched a third consecutive win.